Jalandhar, Feb 6 (UNI) People shivered in cold as cloudy weather conditions continued to prevail in the region.
According to Defence Spokesperson, Bathinda in the Malwa belt remained the coldest place as the night temperature further dropped to 2.4 degrees from yesterday's 3.8 degrees celsius.
However in the Doaba and Majha belts the minimum temperatures continued to ris. The Indian Air Force (IAF) base at Adampur, near here, recorded 5.8 degrees celsius, while in Amritsar it was up at 6.2 degees celsius from yesterday's 5.0 degrees.
The minimum temperature recorded at Halwara Airforce station, near Ludhiana was 4.4 degrees, however the night temperature at the border town of Pathankot hovered around 7.0 degrees celsius.
The minimum temperature registered in the Union Territory of Chandigarh was 8.0 degees celsius as against yesterday's 6.4 degrees.
Ambala in Haryana witnessed an increase in the minimum temperature. It was cold at 9.0 degees celsius from yesteday's 6.8 degrees.
The met office for today has predicted light rain at some places in Punjab and for tommorrow, fog, mist and haze in the morning hours and cloudy to partially cloudy sky throughout the day.
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